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3 good morning.. here's a look at a viewer picture sent to us from debbie galloway in fletcher. a winter storm warning is in effect for parts of the mountains, while others are under a winter storm advisory. multiple schools are closed or delayed this morning. they are scrolling on the bottom of your screen. you can also find them on wlos dot com. 3 3 those school closings are due in part to slick roads. we have live team coverage this morning. news 13's lauren brigman is standing by in waynesville with a live look outside. and jaclyn deaugustino has your up to the minute on-time traffic report. first, let's get you out the door with your current conditions... ingrid? good morning. here is a look at current conditions across the region. your day planner shows temperatures warming by noon. coming up, i'll show you our 7-day forecast for both the mountains and upstate. 3 3 3
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3 snow is falling in parts of the mountains, making some roads slick. news 13's lauren brigman continues our live team coverage from downtown waynesville. lauren... the snow is starting to coat the roads there.
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3 the roads in mitchell and madison counties are slick this morning. drivers in mitchell county...stay of the roads if possible. slick conditions are reported on u-s 19...especially through spruce pine and highland avenue. the entire south end of the county is dealing with these conditions. *drivers in
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secondaryroads are going to be very icy this morning. use caution on i-26 through sams gap as well. i'm jaclyn deaugustino with this on-time traffic report... brought to you by the wired mouse computer ssutions. 3 3 3 3 breaking news right now out of germany... two trains crash head-on, killing four people and seriously injuring at least 40 others. this is brand new video just into the newsroom from the scene. crews are still working to get to people trapped in the wreckage. officials at the scene say several cars overturned. so far it is not clear what caused the trains to collide. 3 3 3 it is primary day in new hampshire and this morning the first votes are already in. kenneth moton reports... the latest polls say g-o-p frontrunner donald trump and democrat bernie sanders are expected to come out on top in the first in the nation primary. 3 it's finally here?new hampshire primary day.sot chris christie "i want this job because i love our country."sot marco rubio"i need your vote!"sot ted cruz "at this point, it's all about turnout." call it a presidential candidate full court press in the granite state?one campaign event after
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storm.nat bernie sanders concert music bernie sanders supporters were "feeling the bern" at a late night concert. sot bernie sanderscreate a political revolutionnat trump "unbelievable. unbelievable. i want to thank you." overnight, gop frontrunner donald trump eager for a win.sot donald trump"i don't care what happens no matter what, this has been the most amazing experience of my life and you people have made it that way" trump calling his final rally before the primary?a love fest. but there was no love between the candidates on the campaign trail?the attacks kept coming. sot jeb bush"donald trump organizes his campaign over disparaging people"sot hillary clinton "i think being a progressive means you want to make real progress?the last thing we need is promises that can't be met." this morning, three small precincts in new hampshire cast their ballots. the historic dixvillllnotch was the first to open the polls to its 9 voters. with
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it's sanders beating clinton and a 3 way gop tie between trump, ted cruz and john kasich who called every dixville notch voter.sot kasich "i think people want to know authenticity more than they ever have."(kenneth standup close) the latest polls have been up and down but trump and sanders have kept consistent leads here in new hampshire. the candidates have already started to turn their attention to next weekend's south carolina primary. kenneth moton, abc news washington 3 3 3 a developing story in mcdowell county... where a civil rights group takes on the case of four men charged with statutory rape. last year, cameron moore, eugene carson, gregory itman and chad logan were accused of having sex with a 15-year old girl they met on facebook. their families have called for help from the group, "true healing under god" which provides legal assistance. the famlies hope to reduce the sentence to 20 months probation. 3 we have two kids together and to be served. my kids need their dad, the other families
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caring and the time they're trying to give is not fair.3 cameron moore refused a plea deal in court yesterday that would require him to serve three years in prison. his case will go to trial in may. 3 3 3 videos from law enforcement body cameras are not public information. that is according to the buncombe county district attorney, following a public meeting over the topic. the asheville police department and buncombe county sheriff's office held the meeting at u-n-c asheville last night. district attorney todd williams says under state law, he believes body cam footage should nn be shared with the public. sheriff van duncan agrees. 3 3:06 "when you start body cams in the area of public information to where the media can them at will that we are going to take something that is a good tool for law enforcement and turn it into a quagmire?" a civil rights attorney at the meeting argued that video showing an arrrrt
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force complaint should be public information. 3 3 an energy company says it can supply electricity to western north carolina, without duke power building a new plant in asheville. as we have reported, duke wants to replace it's coal fired plant at lake julian, with two natural gas fired units, but columbia energy has filed papers with the north carolina state utilities commission. it says it generates enough power at a plant south of columbia, to meet needs here. duke says using columbia's power would mean constructing miles of new transmission lines. 3 what we have seen is you know transmission, when it travels from a long ways, doesn't provide the reliability and then the kind of technical behind the scenes voltage support that is needed to provide not just reliable electricity but high quality electricity that our customers expect columbia says their option would mean cheaper rates, but duke said it is too early to comment on the issue of cost. the n-c utilities commission will release a decision by the end of the month. 3
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3 we do everything we can to avoid car crashes. so, why wouldn't we do the same to avoid making bad repairs to our cars? a news 13 investigation exposes what some auto body shops - and insurance companies - may not want you to know if you are in a wreck. it includes everything from from unsafe parts to unsafe fixes. industry insiders say mechanics across north carolina are cutting corners at the risk of your safety, while no one is watching. ((stop)) 3 "i started a campaign seven years ago to get shops licensed - you have to get your license to braid hair - and i have talked to the house of representatives, senators, and a car can go down the road at 150 mph like this car, 150, 160 mph, and you or myself tomorrow, with no expertise whatsoever, you could open a body shop tomorrow." tonight at six, part one of a two-part investigation into collision repair. how "after-market parts: performed when put to the test. and, what your
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choosing parts your insurance company might not want to pay for? 3 3 3 we have an early bird gets the win giveaway this morning! just in time for valentine's day, we are giving away a date night package to "wake: the foot spa and shop" in asheville. it includes a 60- minute soak and a 40-minute head, neck and shoulder massage for two, valued at 175 dollars. go to facebook dot com slash news 13 to enter. we will announce the winner just before seven this morning. and stick around... we will be talking with "wake" about ways to pamper yourself right at home. 3 3 3 it's fat tuesday! coming up in our five at five... the real meanings behind five
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3 good morning.. here's a live look from waynesville. we'll check in with news 13's lauren brigman a little later in our show. 3 3
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3 lets head to the on-time traffic center...where jaclyn is tracking these slick conditions. if you live in madison county...take it slow on your side roads this morning. these are most likely very slick right now. if you're taking i-26 through sams gap near the tn line... use extra caution. *drivers in mitchell county here are the spots you need to avoid. the roads are icy in the southern part of the county... especially on u-s 19 through spruce pine. *here's a look at
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county. t tre was a weather- related crash overnight on i- 40 east just north of clyde. d-o-t is out treating the main roads now.. i'm jaclyn deaugustino with this on-time traffic report... brought to you by the wired mouse computer solutions.
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3 in this 3 morning's five at five... a look at the five most common 'fat tuesday' traditions. number five... handing out zulu coconuts. the zulu social aid, which is one of the oldest organizations for "mardi gras" has been passing out coconuts since 1910. number four... rex, better known as the king of carnival. every year in new orleans, a king is crowned. the very first rex was crowned in 1872. the third tradition.. the throwing of beads. the color of the beads was determined by the first king of carnival. he wanted purple for justice, gold for power and green for faith. the idea was to toss the color to the person who exhibited the color's meaning. number two... the flame torch tradition. this started as a way to continue the party after dark. now it is a performance. number one... the wearing of masks masks
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to escape class constraints. in new orleans, float riders are required by law to have a mask on.3 3 3 3 3 here is a look at what you can expect for the next three days. 3
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steve: today is your lucky day. woman: (surprised) oh, my goodness mark: you've just won - a thousand dollars! woman: that's amazing! that's amazing! (shrieks) woman: ok, nice job. mark, way better than yesterday. maria, that delivery felt a little forced. and steve, steve: yeah? woman: i am still missing that raw emotion. woman: pretty awesome for a tuesday, but tomorrow is hump day, so let's really bring it!
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3 good morning everyone in hoops last night.duke has seemed to recover its footing..after a losing skid which saw them drop out of the top 25 for the first time in 7 plus years, the blue devils have won 2 in a row., and look for their third straight against number 13 louisvilleits cardinals hall of fame coach rick pitino's first trip to cameron., hard to believe.he got to see the full throat duke fan.especially when grayson allen is bombing--he fakes his man out, gets open and nails this three. he has 19 duke up 6.--------------now marshall plumlee about to lose it, gets it back to brandom ingram and watch the freshman finish!!!nice.he had 18 -------------------now check out plumlee underneath--so determined, puts it in and one., he made three point play. he had 10, duke up 11 at the break.---------------then when ingram hits the three- they go up 15.--------------louisville rallies and now we are tied, they actually had the lead
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free throw line, including plumlee , who normally doesn't shoot a high percentage..he was 4 for 5, duke 21 of 28. duke wins its third straight 72-65.notre dame, fresh off its upset of north carolina., in greenville tonight against from outside, matt ryan for 3., they go up 9. -----------tigers answer with jarron blossomgame--strong inside, for two of his career high 33------------------down 6 at halftime and then its jordan roper for 3..they cut it to thre..but the irish opened it up late. dominating the inside.and win it 89-83. its number one vs number two in women's college hoops-- uconn at south carolina.18 thousand watching this one. uconn leads but watch tiffany mitchell with the drive and 2, south carolina down 14-8.but then breanna stewart takes over, the best in the country.. nice stewart hits one from spartanburg--deep three..she scores 25..huskies pull awayhuskies win their
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carolina its first loss and snap their 45 game homecourt win streak..that's our sports this morning. i'm stan pamfilis.have a great tuesday. 66-54. 3 3
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3 it is 5:xx ... you may remember lehman brothers. the bank became synonymous with disaster after its bankruptcy sparked the 2008 financial crisis. now it is back in a whiskey form. a 34-year-old filed to use the term for his line of whiskies... with names like 'ashes of disaster' and 'snapfire.' he references the lehman disaster in his new brand - suggesting that one of the whiskies quote - "goes perfect with reckless maneuvers, long gambles, and explosive consequences." green is currently taking online orders - and hopes to one day open up his own bars.
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3 here is a look at current conditions.. here are your weather headlines for today.. up next.. we'll talk about what to expect in the extended forecast. 3 3
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